Stink tells his classmates a ghost story concerning a former Sussex Academy student who disappeared the night before an international piano recital and never seen again. According to Stink,... See full summary »

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Phillip Jarrett ...
Inspector Marquee
John Gilbert ...
Maestro Vespemi
Sarah Ezer ...
Annick Obonsawin ...
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Blair Slater ...
Bart James
Helen Roupp ...
Mrs. Fish (credit only)
Daphne Korol ...
Margaret Hancock
Evelyne Anderson ...
Bunny Hancock
Kim McCaw ...
Mr. Finkel
Erin Walker ...
Girl #1
Jessica Scott ...
Girl #2
R. Morgan Slade ...
Boy
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Stink tells his classmates a ghost story concerning a former Sussex Academy student who disappeared the night before an international piano recital and never seen again. According to Stink, the young woman's ghost can be heard crying in the attic on moonless nights. Molly Hardy, about to compete in the same event, dismisses the tale as pure fiction until she and her friends are confronted by ghostly music and nocturnal screams. When Molly goes missing, too, Shirley researches the events that occurred sixty years to go to see if there is a link between the disappearances. Written by David Bassler

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Mystery | Family

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18 June 1997 (USA)  »

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[Molly's friends warn her of the mysterious disappearence and probable death of the last Sussex student that entered an international piano competition]
Bartholomew 'Bart' James: No, it's true. There really was a Maestro Vespemi here at Sussex.
Alicia Gianelli: My mom said when she lived in the dorm, at night she could hear poor Maggie crying up in the attic.
Bartholomew 'Bart' James: Nobody knows exactly how either of them died.
Molly Hardy: Yeah? Well, next time you're communing with the maestro, give him a message from me. I'm going to win the gold medal, but I'm not ...
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Für Elise
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Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano piece played briefly by Molly Hardy and later supposedly played by the Maestro's ghost
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